Symphony No. 21 by Joseph Haydn

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'''Symphony No. 21''' in A major, Hoboken 1/21, was composed by Joseph Haydn around the year 1764. The symphony's movements have unusual structures that make their form hard to identify. The parts that pertain to sonata form are often hard to recognize immediately and are often identified \u201conly in retrospect.\u201dHaimo, Ethan. 1995. ''Haydn's Symphonic Forms: Essays in Compositional Logic''. Oxford: Claredon Press. p. 68

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